Photos of Hoi An, Vietnam

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First published 7th November, 2008

Hoi An is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Vietnam. Famed for its tailors, cobblers and historic buildings, Hoi An boats both a UNESCO World Heritage Centre listing and a splendid range of eateries, cafes and other tourist distractions. Hoi An is also nearby the fascinating Cham ruins at My Son and the jumping off point for diving from Cham Island -- one more could you want in a destination! The following photos were taken in and around Hoi An and complement our newly updated coverage of Hoi An town. Enjoy.

Photo of a typical street scene in Hoi An, Vietnam

Photo of chillies, boiled eggs and limes in a fresh market in Hoi An, Vietnam   Photo of market vendor snacking between sales in Hoi An, Vietnam

While Hoi An has a decidedly “tourist town” feel to it, you don’t have to cycle far to be back in the rice fields.

A conical hat on a typical ochre Hoi An wall   Hoi An is well known for it’s decorative lanterns

Don't judge an eating house by it's frontage -- Com Ga eaterie in Hoi An, Vietnam   Sorting strawberries streetside, Hoi An, Vietnam

Touring Hoi An by cyclo -- explore at a leisurely pace   Piles of fish in Hoi An's wet market

Late afternoon Hoi An lanters laid out to dry before sale.

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  • Hoi An was one of our favorite places in all of SE Asia. We intended to stay for two days and ended up staying for a week!

    Posted by Kristy Hall on 9th November, 2008

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